Bionaire BCH9221-UM Ceramic Tower Heater with LCD Control

Bionaire BCH9221-UM Ceramic Tower Heater with LCD Control Bionaire Ceramic Heaters

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Bionaire BCH9221-UM Ceramic Tower Heater with LCD Control Bionaire Ceramic Heaters

The Bionaire Ceramic Tower Heater heats up a room quickly and efficiently. This heater features a space saving tower design which adds a great accent to any home décor. Easy to use LCD controls help maintain ideal comfort level. The fan only setting allows year-round use. Ideal for use in a living room or bedroom.

Bionaire BCH9221-UM Ceramic Tower Heater with LCD Control

Bionaire BCH9221-UM Ceramic Tower Heater with LCD Control Bionaire Ceramic Heaters    Bionaire BCH9221-UM Ceramic Tower Heater with LCD Control Bionaire Ceramic Heaters
 

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Top Features

  • Easy to read and adjust digital controls with LCD display will help you maintain your desired comfort level
  • Quiet heat or fan only setting for year round continuous use
  • Oscillation feature evenly distributes heat in the room
  • Two heat settings
  • Cool touch plastic housing, tip-over protection, auto safety shut-off, manual user reset, overheat protection

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Room heaters are an easy as well as economical approach to help in keeping you snug and toasty if the temperature ranges drop . Through heating the living space you choose as opposed to the whole house , they may help in keeping down your energy expenditures.

There are three main kinds of room heaters that folks choose . They are the ceramic , oil filled and infared forms and each possesses their unique benefits and down sides.

Ceramic space heaters function by applying voltage to ceramic components that make heat that is then transferred to aluminium materials that heat up . A fan subsequently directs the warmed up air where the consumer wants it.

Infrared heaters utilize long wave infrared radiation to supply heat.

Oil filled heaters still require electricity to work but employ oil as a heat reservoir and sends heat by way of convection to the outside surface area of the unit . These are generally effective to run but because the outside areas get hot they are required to run with caution to avoid any fires or burns.